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Knock, knock

December 5, 2019 Knock, knock. Who’s there? Orange. Orange who? Orange you glad we don’t have weather like they’re having up North? So, we’re going to get a little chilly for us, but it beats the northern alternative. more »»

 
 
 
Buyer can claim seller breached contract

December 5, 2019 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: We were under contract to sell our house in Cape Coral last Friday. The buyer was purchasing without financing. more »»

Some vacant lot owners still facing price challenges

December 5, 2019 As we run various property searches in the course of our everyday business, we often come across some interesting information. more »»

Real Estate Briefs 12-6

December 5, 2019 Stevens Construction completes CaliBurger and Marlins Brewhouse: Local Craft Beer & Daiquiri Bar Stevens Construction has completed the build-out of CaliBurger and Marlins Brewhouse, announced Dan... more »»

SWFL Fine Craft Guild Exhibit, arts & crafts, book discussion, more at Cape Coral Library in December

November 27, 2019 The Cape Coral-Lee County Public Library is located at 921 SW 39th Terrac. more »»

Seasonal gardening

November 27, 2019 Gardening is a seasonal time period, an occasion for planting, growing and harvestin. more »»

Trust administration can be a lengthy process

November 27, 2019 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: My father owned a house in Cape Coral through his revocable trust, which stated that the property would be transferred to me upon his death, subject to the existing mortgag. more »»

‘Tis the season for higher unsold home supply levels

November 27, 2019 We noticed a subtle change in the air about two months ago, which is a harbinger of the change in seasons for Southwest Florida. more »»

Real Estate Briefs 11-27

November 27, 2019 BSSW Architects wins 2019 Firm of the Year Award from AIA-Florida BSSW Architects, a full-service architecture firm based in Fort Myers, has been named 2019 Firm of the Year by the American... more »»

Multiple owners of property would have equal shares

November 22, 2019 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: A few years ago, my parents were living up north and decided they wanted to be closer to us. more »»

Cape home sales on pace for a record year in 2019

November 22, 2019 Despite a sluggish start to 2019, we are on pace for a record number of home sales in the Cape this year, as more people leave the cold weather, snow and ice behind them. more »»

Cornucopia

November 15, 2019 My column will not appear again until after Thanksgiving, so my early observations are here. Time to get out the ol’ cornucopia for decorating and fill it with the harvest bounty. more »»

Paying property tax early a wise move

November 15, 2019 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: On the property tax bill I see that we receive a 4% discount if we pay by Nov. 30. more »»

Unsold saltwater condo supply improves in 3rd quarter

November 15, 2019 In September, one of the takeaways about the overall Cape Coral condo market was that on a year-to-date basis, the average monthly level of the unsold condo supply was higher across the board in all... more »»

Vegetables in Southwest Florida

November 8, 2019 We can grow vegetables year-round here in Southwest Florida. September through April are our most productive months. more »»

Decrease in property value a concern

November 8, 2019 Mr. Feichthaler: I received my tax bill this week and I am very concerned! I live in a house in NE Cape Coral, which I paid $180,000 for about six years ago. more »»

Third quarter saltwater condo sales higher versus 2018

November 8, 2019 As a brief overview, we saw normal seasonal patterns in the Cape Coral condominium market, with the number of closed condo sales coming in lower during the third quarter versus the second quarter of... more »»

Time to fall back

November 1, 2019 Sunday is the time to turn back the clocks for a few months. Fall back one hour. Not sure it does too much good, however, the Sunshine State still legally has to do it again. more »»

The push and pull of the Cape’s home sales and supply

November 1, 2019 In a prelude to the annual seasonal effect in our real estate market, when the number of active listings typically begins to increase in October, before ramping up to even higher levels in January... more »»

Tomato pot fun

October 25, 2019 By H.I. JEAN SHIELDS news@breezenewspapers.com Gardeners who can grow a pot of geraniums can grow a pot of tomatoes. more »»

A quitclaim deed, or a warranty deed?

October 25, 2019 Dear Mr. Feichthaler, I contacted the person that owns the lot next door to me, and offered to buy it from him. more »»

 
 
 

 

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